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Summer in the Psalms

Prayer is a pretty big deal. We Episcopalians worship using the “Book of Common Prayer”.  Prayer is our language to the Divine.  Through prayer, we share our deepest feelings with God. 
So what’s prayer to you? Is it the recitation of prayers you learned as a kid? Is prayer the words that spring up inside you like “thank you,” “help me,” and “I’m so sorry”? Maybe prayer is becoming less wordy and more connected to deep breaths, centered contemplation, and heart-soaring awe.
The Psalms are a collection of poems and songs that give voice to our lives. There are Christians in all kinds of traditions that pray the Psalms every day, morning and night. And sure, these prayerful poems are more familiar year after year, but they never stop speaking and shaping the human heart before God. So, join us as we dive into the Psalms this summer and find yourself refreshed with honesty, lament, and praise.
Saturdays @ 5:30 pm
Sundays @ 8 am & 10 am